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Results below are from the Alaska Digital Archives which includes material from institutions all over the state. You can sort by clicking on the column header.

Thumbnail Object Title Description Collection
image thumbnail North Slope approaching Anak. Pass. Information from interview with collection donor: "North Slope approaching Anak. Pass." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Pipe line approaching Pump Station 3 from the north. Title taken from verso. View of Trans-Alaska Pipeline during construction on North Slope in Alaska, with Pump Station 3 in background and pipeline supports in foreground. Sept. 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipe officials observe progress in diesel oil cleanup. Title taken from verso. Trans-Alaska Pipeline officials examining trench used to trap oil during spill cleanup at Happy Valley construction camp during pipeline construction on North Slope in Alaska. Aug. 4, 1972. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipe storage yard at Station AS 81. Near P[ump] S[tation] #3. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of pipe storage yard near Pump Station 3 during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction on North Slope in Alaska. July 10, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10 1/8" x 8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipeline between Galbraith Lake and Toolik Lake. Title taken from verso. View of Trans-Alaska Pipeline between Galbraith Lake and Toolik Lake on North Slope in Alaska. April 25, 1976. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipeline visit. Title from sleeve. On hill viewing pipeline or oil boom crossing a river - Yukon or Tanana? Photographer's number: 21463. 2 1/4 B&W negative. AMRC. Steve McCutcheon Collection
image thumbnail Pipeline work just south of Franklin Bluffs. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction south of Franklin Bluffs on North Slope in Alaska. 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10 1/8" x 8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Place shoos [sic] for pipe to ride in. Appears to be somewhere north of Tulik [sic]. Title taken from verso. View of construction workers positioning "shoes" on supports for pipeline to rest in during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction, probably north of Toolik Lake construction camp on North Slope in Alaska. 1975? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Point Hope activities, 1941 48 second film clip, color/silent, of people engaged in various forms of handiwork.Women are working with leather, perhaps crimping soles with their teeth; another woman is sitting on a semi-subterranean building, grinding something with a pestle; several women are scraping skins; one is skinning a small animal; a man is carving a mask. Several tools, including an ulu, are in use. North Slope Borough School District Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Point Hope offloading supplies, 1941 60 second film clip, color/silent of residents of Point Hope offloading supplies.The ship is anchored off in the distance as men, women and children carry supplies up the beach. Boards have been set up as a ramp so barrels can be rolled over the sand. North Slope Borough School District Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Portion of the south slope of Joe Creek valley. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "A portion of the south slope of Joe Creek valley from knoll at mouth of Camp Creek about 6 miles west from 141st meridian. Shows massive gray Artinskian limestone of slope. August 13, 1912." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Preparing to lay pipe in ditch. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction near Franklin Bluffs construction camp on North Slope in Alaska. Also from verso: "Background is the Franklin Bluffs [camp]. Note pipe storage area." July 10, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10 1/8" x 8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Primary road construction several miles south of Franklin Bluffs camp. Title taken from verso. View of road construction site during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction south of Franklin Bluffs construction camp on North Slope in Alaska. Aug. 18, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Prudhoe Bay State No. 1 Title from verso. Full comment from verso reads:"Prudhoe Bay State No. 1, the discovery well for the giant Prudhoe Bay field, is enclosed in a metal building in this 1969 photograph. The discovery well, drilled in 1968 by ARCO/Exxon, signalled the start of development from Alaska's North Slope." Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Pump 3. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline Pump Station 3 on North Slope in Alaska. July 10, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pump St[ation] N[umbe]r 3. Title taken from verso. View of Trans-Alaska pipeline leading to Pump Station number 3 on North Slope in Alaska. 1975? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pump Sta[tion] 3. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline Pump Station 3 during pipeline construction on North Slope in Alaska. March 10, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pump Sta[tion] 3. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline running toward Pump Station 3 in background on North Slope in Alaska. 1975? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10 1/8" x 8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipe is being heated to remove some snow and ice prior to reburing [sic] it. Title taken from verso. View of concrete covered pipe being heated before being buried during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction at Sagavanirktok River on North Slope in Alaska. Also from verso: "Note concrete coating approx[imately] 6" thick." Sept. 9, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Pipe head for hydro test and cleaning by pig. Appears to be between Franklin Bluffs and Pump Sta[tion] 3. Title taken from verso. View of pipe head on Trans-Alaska Pipeline where "pig" is inserted to perform hydro test and cleaning of pipeline, probably between Franklin Bluffs and Pump Station 3 on North Slope in Alaska. Aug. 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail People of Point Hope, 1941 58 second film clip, color/silent, of activities on a playground in Point Hope.The clip shows women and children in what appears to be a school yard. Children are playing on a swing set. Bags stacked on the beach indicate that this film was probably taken when supplies were being off-loaded from a ship. North Slope Borough School District Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-4-9-6. Caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-4-9-6. Caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of the panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-3-9-5. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." To the right of the image are several annotations. At the upper ridge line: "Carboniferous lss of ridge #5." Close to the dotted lines drawn just about the center right of the image: "Lower Carboniferous black shales - with Stigmarin scars." At the lower right: "Eherty limestones with slates." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-3-9-5. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;

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